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's happened in the last few weeks, they sent the u.n. ambassador out to say that this was because of a protest and a youtube video. it took the president two weeks to acknowledge that this was a terrorist attack. he went to the u.n. and in his speech at the u.n. he said six times, he talked about the youtube video. look, if we're hit by terrorists, we're going to call it for what it is, a terrorist attack. our ambassador in paris has a marine detachment guarding him. shouldn't we have a marine detachment guarding our ambassador in benghazi, a place we knew there was an al qaeda cell with arms? this is becoming more troubling by the day. they first blamed the youtube video. now they're frying to blame the romney-ryan ticket for make thing an issue. with respect to iraq, we had the same position before the withawal, which was we agreed with the obama administration. the vice president was put in charge of the negotiations by president obama and they failed to get the agreement. we don't have a stat tuls of forces agreement because they failed to get one. that's what we were talking about. when i
. it looks like what goes up, well, goes up even more. according to a new u.n. report. hundreds of billions bid on expectations of temporarily rising prices for energy and food is the root cause of today's price volatility and not about to change any time soon. bad news for drivers in places like california where the average gallon of gas is $4.61. topping $5, actually, in so parts of the state. >>> in ohio, a legal win for president obama's campaign and the democrats. it should be easier for voters to cast their ballots in the key battleground state. a federal appeals court affirmed a lower court's decision to block the state's early voting restrictions, which would have closed early voting in person to most on the friday before election day. the state could appeal the court's ruling, but ohio's secretary of state says his office is currently reviewing that decision. we'll be talking to his assistant secretary of state at 9:00 eastern time. >>> death threats, threatening phone calls and vicious e-mails all because they decline to be a campaign stop for mitt romney, that is a terrifying res
, they have shared the wealth, and it's true that even according to the u.n. there are fewer people today living in poverty in venezuela than there were when chavez took office. you know, randi, there is a sense here that, look, his time is over, and that's not just because he fought cancer. he claims he's cancer-free but on the campaign trail he isn't looking very healthy, and there is this sense that chavez revolution, the very left wing socialist revolution that he started, could be waning and the problem is taking from government coffers they haven't really invested as much. if you start from that oil infrastructure moving right down to the roads, in caracas, in the capital or out to the regions where there's lots of power, this is a country hanging on by a fiscal threat and they say next year default is perhaps possible and for sure financial restructuring will have to happen, and that could mean a devaluation of the currency here. randi? >> paula, what is at stake really for the u.s. in this election. >> reporter: you know, it might surprise many people in the united states that alm
and the east african bombings that left 265 people dead. >> that was dan webber reporting. senior u.n. correspondent richard roth joining me live from new york. al masri is scheduled to be in court today. what's the latest we're hearing about that. >> reporter: supposed to be his first proceeding through the legal system, timing not known yet. this is in downtown manhattan not far from the scene of 9/11, and the defendant has been praise worthy of what occurred on september 11th, 2001, and he's also been accused as dan rivers talked about on those 11 terror related charges in the uk of inciting violence and terrorism. he did not want to come here, neither did the four other men who flew in on two planes at 2:30 in the morning eastern time. they feared conditions in prison here in the united states, his attorneys in the uk said he's not well, he's got very physical and emotional other issues. >> meantime one of the other suspects, the father of that other suspect says that his son is innocent. just take a listen to what he had to tell cnn earlier. >> i'm disappointed because i thought
said syrians had fled the country, almost a third had fled. jordan and the u.n. are working to get children back in school but there are challenges. take a listen. >> there are two problems here in jordan. one is that i was just at the zatari camp near the border where there are about 30,000 refugees and where you started from scratch with unhcr and others just a couple months ago and we are building schools and finding teachers, both jordanian and syrian to teach the kids, but the problem is winter is coming and it is all tents right now. so urgently we are working to bring in prefabricated buildings and others. but about two-thirds of the refugees from syria have scattered in jordan and are living in communities where we are working to bring them into schools because with typical arab hospitality, the jordanians are welcoming them into the public school system. so there's a lot of work there. the main problem, of course, is all the schools in syria. we are seeing a tenth of them damaged. there are a lot of kids out of school and we are very actively trying to get them into school
'll have to continue to watch it. >> thank you. it will be exciting at the u.n. you know that. >>> i want to take you now to the syrian, turkish border. this has been a mess lately. artillery fire has been flying over the border and it started concerns that the cross border dispute could be a big, large regional battle. ivan watson's on the ground there. >> reporter: turkish and syrian artillery have now exchanged fire across the border for a sixth straight day. the turks are making it very clear that any time any gunfire or cannons or mortars fire into turkish territory from syria, they will respond immediately in kind. as far as the military alliance goes, last week, they held emergency talks declaring support for turkey when it first came under fire and also condemning syria for shooting into turkish territory, but up until now, no one has invoked article five of the charter. that considers attacks on one member of the alliance to be an attack on all of them and requires the entire alliance to come to the defense of the attacked party. >> all right. thank you very much. coming up next,
have died and as many as 14,000 people could have received contaminated steroid injections. u.n. security council has passed an injection which gives mali and other west african countries come up with a plan to put troops on the ground. once a plan is submitted, the council will pass another troop, and the council warned rebel groups to cut off ties to terrorist organizations, particularly al qaeda. or else they will face sanctions, an influx of extremists, following the coupe in mali have driven a half a million mall iists, and they have weapons from libya. >>> preliminary read on consume every sentiment is worth mentioning. hitting a level we haven't seen since september 2011, before the financial crisis, and jpmorgan, biggest bank released its quarterly results, but it was this comment from ceo jamie dimon that caught our attention. he says we believe the housing market has turned the corner. bank ceos have said this several times, but i haven't heard it from jamie dimon before. a comment from mr. dimon could be significant. and 435 days since the country loss it's top credit
on this throughout the morning as it makes its way through the streets there. >>> and now to syria. the joint u.n. arab league envoy is expected to meet turkey's foreign minister today. they will discuss how to deal with the rising tensions between the two neighboring countries. they are diverting the syrian planes, after a syrian airliner was forced to land in the capital wednesday and then searched it for weapons. >>> 3,192, the number of sexual assaulted reported in the military last year, a number according to department of defense that has skyrocketed in the last ten years. and what's more frightening, by the pentagon's own estimates, there were more like 19,000 assaults last year. but most went unreported and unpunished. in case you were wondering, women aren't the only ones at risk. men, both gaye a and straight, e up 12%. all victims. former army cadet cole welsh and attorney susan burke joining me now. good morning to both of you. cole, i'd like to start with you. you along with 18 other men and women have filed a lawsuit against current and former members of the military, like leon pane
back up israel? >> we have israel's back both at the u.n. but also mill tearily. i would anticipate that if i'm president, the actions of israel would not come as a surprise to me. but i would meet with prime minister netanyahu. i would speak with him, i've indicated that my first trip as president would be to israel. so what would happen there would not be something that would be a shock to me. but i can tell you this. that the crippling sanctions do have an impact. they're having an impact on iran's economy right now. they will have an impact on the public there in iran. and there's great hope and real prospects for dissuading iran from taking a path that leads into a nuclear setting. but this going to require real strength on the part of america, and it's also going to require us showing no delate between ourselves and israel. we're going to have to have iran realize they can't play one off against the other but we're both absolutely committed to a world which does not include a nuclear capable iran. >> more on my interview with mitt romney coming up. just ahead, we also talk abo
and arm syrian opposition groups so they can defend themselves. while a u.n. investigation found regime forces most likely responsible for the killings and said that rebel forces were also guilty of murder and torture and several radical islamic groups emerged in syria. president obama recently promised to send the syrian rebels another $45 million. the u.s. already shipped food, medicine and communications gear but no lethal weapons. some former military officials say it is time to do more. >> that does not mean the u.s. should put boots on the ground. but our leadership should be felt, it should be visible. >> reporter: now, by most estimates, the syrian regime has thousands of battle tanks and a regular supply of ammunition of iran to fight that kind of armament you're talking about giving the rebels things like shoulder-fired rockets and there is a concern that sending those types of weapons in could fall in to the hands of terrorists. that's the big difference with president obama's regime or his administration i should say. he's been advocating trying to keep it a low intensity co
out our ambassador to the u.n. to every major news outlet saying that this was a spontaneous demonstration because of a hateful video. that's probably one of the worst things that i have ever observed in my life, and obviously, there were warnings and obviously anybody who believes that an attack with mortars and rocket-propelled grenades and a very sophisticated attack is the result of a video, i mean, it's just ridiculous. and finally, piers, it's not the video that's stoking these demonstrations. as you know, it's the radical islamists that are using the videos as a means of inflaming passion in the middle east and i'll be damned if i'm ready to abandon the freedom of speech because it might offend the prophet muhammed. >> we've heard calls for ambassador rice to resign. are you in favor of that? >> no. i think that's shooting the messenger. she was told to go out and do that. i blame the secretary of state, i blame the operatives in the white house and i blame our national security advisor. if the president didn't know exactly what happened, he sure as hell should have. >
determined by the intelligence committee as a terrorist attack, they trotted out our ambassador of the u.n. to every major news outlet saying that this was a spontaneous demonstration because of a hateful video. that's probably one of the worst things that i have ever observed in my life, and obviously there were warnings, and obviously anybody who believes in an attack with mortars and rocket hi rocket-propelled grenades, a very sophisticated attack, is the result of a video is just ridiculous. it's not the video that's stokingdemonstrations, it's the iraqis who are using these videos, and i'll be damned if i'm going to vacate the freedom of speech because of muhammad. >> are you in favor of her resigning? >> no, she was shooting the messenger. she was told to do that. i blame the secretary of state, i blame the operatives in the white house and i blame our national security adviser. if the president didn't know exactly what happened, he certainly should have. >> final aly a border agent cald nicholas ivie was killed in the state of arizona. two soldiers were arrested in the shooting. the
of heated disputes at the u.n. only a new president will bring the chance to begin anew. there's a longing for american leadership in the middle east, and it's not unique to that region. in asia and across the pacific where china's recent assertiveness is sending chills throughout that region and here where our neighbors in latin america want to reduce the failed ideology of hugo chavez and the castro brothers and deepened ties with the united states on trade and energy and security. in all these places the question is asked where does america stand? i know many americans are asking a different question. why us? i know many americans are asking whether our country today with our ailing economy, and our massive debt, and after 11 years of war is still capable of leading. i believe that if america doesn't lead, others will. others who don't share our interests and our values, and the world would grow darker. for our friends and for us. america's security and the cause of freedom cannot afford four more years like the last four years. i'm running for president because i believe the leader of
as 14,000 people could have received contaminated injections. >>> u.n. security counsel has passed a resolution which gives mali and other countries to put troops on the ground to oust islamic extremists. the counsel will still have to pass another to get the troops in. they warned the groups to cut off ties to organizations, particularly al-qaeda or else they'll face sanctions. an influx of extremists has driven half a million malians from their homes. we noticed a couple of pieces of good news on the u.s. economy. the read was a big jump. hit ago level we haven't seen since september of 2007, before the financial crisis and also, jpmorgan released its quarterly dimon said we believe the housing market has turned the corner. the comments from mr. dimon could be significant. it's been 435 days sibs is country lost its top credit rating. the fourth year running it exceeded the trillion dollar mark. >>> and now, our four story "outfron fourth story. jack kennedy and paul ryan. there are some things that are similar. both young, energetic, vibrant. paul ryan seems to think they have s
support to the whole country, u.s. employees and the whole country, and eric n nordstrom asking for more security and his responses were unanswered and they said they wanted to keep the security presence to a minimum. >> elise, let me stop you there because i'm going to play what andy wood said to cbs news. >> sure. >> -- for enhanced or continued security that we had, that we had known, that we had come to live with and work with there for the environment we had, we felt we needed more, not less. >> $64,000 question, of course, is so why would requests like that go unheard and unanswered? >> that's the big question. when asked who said that, he said the state department superiors. and there is one woman testifying today, charlene lamb, deputy assistant secretary, where it seemed that the buck stopped with her and she was the one that said, you know, need to keep the security to a minimum. soledad, what officials are saying is, listen, there was security improvements made to the consulate, to the office, over the last several months, leading up to the attack because there were other atta
them, and i think there were a couple of very important moments. that came essentially from the u.n. ambassador, susan rice, and in the testimony by ambassador patrick kennedy, which we expect to hear, he says that any official who was in -- was testifying at that particular time that she did, which was on the 16th five days later, the 16th of september, five days after the attack, would have said the very same thing. it was based on the information that was known at that particular moment. you are already setting up, you know, some would say that the administration lied. in fact, chairman isa said that the administration misled people. now, patrick kennedy from the stat department, he is the under secretary for management, and he is saying no, that is what we knew at that particular point. there are some other interesting moments, fred, as we go through this. we can discuss it if you want, but i think that's one of the key things. >> it is, indeed. so we also just learned information that the white house has sent john brennan to libya. he has been meeting with senior libyan officia
africa embassy bombings which left 265 people dead. >> that was dan rivers reporting. now senior u.n. correspondent richard roth joining me. court hearings just ended. what is the latest? >> he was read his rights, the 11 terrorism charges he referred to. he was in court in an earlier proceeding a short time before the other two men appeared. those two men, it was a formal arraignment, they pled not guilty. for this fiery cleric who according to u.s. authorities whipped up terror at a london mosque for years, well, he'll have his arraignment on tuesday afternoon. in court, all three men in the separate appearances had prison jump jumpsuits. one of the men refused to stand to hear the charges and he sat, and our cnn producer in the court tells me that he did not -- was shaking his head in agreemen almost, proud of the charges against him. the courtroom full with a lot of press, a saturday in new york, it's not often terror suspects are whisked in these days to new york proper, but they will face charges here in new york. two other men who pled not guilty in connecticut, those charges
some international stories at this hour. the joint u.n. arab league envoy is meeting turkey's foreign minister today. they're discussing how to deal with the rising tensions between syria and turkey. they're now diverting their civilian planes around syrian air space. >>> an audio message believed to be from al qaeda's top leader praises the deadly attacks in libya. the message is posted on several islamist websites but cnn cannot confirm the authenticity of the audio. and at least two refugees from cuba drowned after their raft capsized near cancun, mexico. 11 others are missing. nine men and one woman survived and are now in custody. officials say the yucatan peninsula has become popular for human smugglers because it's not heavily patrolled. >>> on to pakistan now, authorities are doing everything to find those involved in the shooting of a teen activist. a young girl is now fighting for her life in a hospital. shot by the taliban for wanting to go to school. we have the latest on the investigation. >> pakistani authorities say they have made another set of arrests in connection wi
the other night and i go, thank you for giving me all that materia he u guys stto p t o y in my sp t3 p>whdiyoha aorbl li laleik t o wh e strangme% >>, n pnoci >> i'm speaking to put hash tag, this time it's personal. i'm deciding for the subtitle. it's not a takeoff on "fifty shades of grey". i just wanted to rip off the title because it was such a stupid book. >> have you read it? >> i read the first seven chapters. after that i was -- >> was there anything in there you hadn't already done yourself? >> no. believe it or not, i'm actually fairly conservative when it comes to sexual escapades. >> really? >> i know you probably imagined differently and have several nights during the week when you go to bed. but i am not interested in s & m at all. >> seriously? >> are you? >> you surprise me. >> no. i don't want to get hit in bed. if you're going to hit me, do it out in the open. if somebody -- first of all, if somebody does deserve to get hit, it is me but i don't want to do it sexually. >> no manacles? >> no. what is that? obviously you know more about this than i do. >> only from the
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